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Needles, Lymington

The Isle of Wight is one of our most popular location requests with many commissions coming from clients we meet at the annual Southampton Boat Show. This chart features the western part of the island from Cowes to The Needles. To the north is The Solent and the south...

Salcombe to Torquay

This lovely black and white chart from the 1950’s archives details one of the most southerly parts of the British coastline. The limits of the chart are from Salcombe to Torquay. Salcombe Harbour is an area that we have been commissioned to chart several times...

Portsmouth

Portsmouth is the UK’s only island city. As a significant naval port for centuries, Portsmouth has the world’s oldest continuously used dry dock and is home to some famous ships, including HMS Warrior, the Tudor carrack Mary Rose and Lord Nelson’s...

Poole Harbour

This chart is titled Poole Harbour and Approaches. On the top right-hand corner there is an insert of Holes Bay. Poole Harbour is a large natural harbour in Dorset and is the estuary of several rivers, the largest being the Frome. The harbour is extremely shallow,...

Plymouth to Looe

The city of Plymouth is the focus of this chart. The rivers Tamart and Plym are shown on either side of the city. At the mouth of the harbour on the west side is Rame Head. Moving westwards you can see Whitesand Bay, and from there the chart extends as far as Looe....

Plymouth

This chart features Plymouth Sound and approaches. The city of Plymouth lies at the top of the chart. The rivers Tamart and Plym are shown either side of the city. Plymouth is a busy port for both commercial and leisure-craft. It also connects England with both France...
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